March 2006
Cabinet Maker;3/10/2006, Issue 5478, p30
Trade Publication
The article relates the author's experience in finding a two-seater sofa with a budget of 1,000 British pounds in Cargo Furniture, a Brighton, England-based furniture retailer. The shop has an impressive collection of sofas. But the products were expensive and the customer service was poor. The author gave a store a rating of two out of five.


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